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Item is a photograph of the Board of Directors at the Glace Bay General Hospital.
File consists of reviews from; The Scotia Sun, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, North Bay Nugget, Star Phoenix, Saskatoon, The Globe & Mail, Montreal Star, Toronto Star, The Spectator, Maritime Co-Operator, Quill & Quire, and more talking about Dr. MacMillan’s book “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”.
File consists of a letter written in 1992 from M.L.A. Roland J. Thornhill to Ken Streatch the Minister of transportation and Communication asking that the bell and name plaque from the C. Monty MacMillan Ferry be given to the family, clippings detailing the final crossing of the C. Monty MacMillan Ferry and the opening of the Barra Strait Bridge.
File consists of a letter from the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine, personal correspondence, letters congratulating him on the publishing of his book “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”, letters from people telling Dr. MacMillan how much they enjoyed his book and their hopes for a sequel.
File consists of a letter from Doubleday Canada Limited rejecting “Hang the Lantern on the Gate” for publication on August 1st, 1972. File consists of a letter sent by Dr. C. L. MacMillan Jr. to a Mr. and Mrs. Petrie asking for their opinion on a if “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor” has the potential to become a play. File consists of a letter from Dr. MacMillan to Jean speaking about his book, “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”.
Item is a photograph of Black Nova Scotian doctor Dr. Alvinus Calder standing outdoors at an unknown
location, dressed in suit and tie.
Item is a photograph of Black Nova Scotian doctor Dr. Alvinus Calder sitting on the stairs to a home, dressed
in a suit and tie.
Item is a photograph of physician Dr. Alvinus Calder standing next to an unidentified building, dressed in a suit and tie.
Item is a photograph of Dr. Marcus Dodd, doctor at Bridgeport Mines, and Mrs. Marcus Dodd, born Sarah Rigby.
The collection consists of 4 complete manuscripts and 2 partial manuscripts of “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”/ “Hang the Lantern on the Gate” (which was the original title), personal correspondence and letters of congratulations, reviews of “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor” as well as a rough draft of an opening scene for a play based on “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”. This collection consists of photographs, an audio cassette tape (The Bush & The Salon), a CD (C.L. MacMillan- Oral Histories), clipping with information about the “C. Monty MacMillan” ferry, clippings of Dr. MacMillan’s obituary as well as condolence letters sent to the family, tributes that were given after the doctor's death, political speeches given by Dr. MacMillan as well as other speeches he has given and 2 scrapbooks containing clippings dealing with his time as MLA and letters of congratulations on receiving the Order of Canada.MacMillan, Dr. C. Lamont (Monty)
Item is a photograph of Dr. Clarence Bethune.
Item is a photograph of Dr. Johnstone, son of Dr. Lewis Johnstone, Cow Bay and grandson of J.W. Johnstone, Premier of NS.
Item is a photograph of Dr. Gordon Bethune
Item is a paper containing information about Dr. Gordon Bethune.
Item is a photograph of Dr. H.S. MacDonald with a group of doctors at a medical convention.
Item is a photograph of Dr. Bethune.
Item is a photographic portrait of Dr. Lewis Johnstone, son of Hon. J.W. Johnstone, G.M.A. doctor.
Item is a photograph of three gentlemen, from left to right: Dr. M.G. Tompkins, unidentified man, and Judge Leo McIntyre.Abbass Studios Ltd.
Item is a photographic portrait of Dr. Thomas E. Jeans, the first G.M.A. doctor from 1829-1867.
Item is a photograph of Dr. MacKenzie (2nd from left) and other unidentified people at a medical convention.
File consists of a card detailing a commemoration scroll given to Dr. MacMillan in honor of his thirty-five years as a physician, clippings about Dr. MacMillan, tributes dedicated to Dr. MacMillan after his passing, including a radio tribute. File also consists of a speech given by Dr. MacMillan Jr talking about the life of his father before and after he became a physician and a speech given by Senator Henry Hicks on Dr. C.L. MacMillan.
File consists of 4 completed manuscript and 2 partial manuscripts of “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”/ “Hang the Lantern on the Gate”. “Hang the Lantern on the Gate” was the original title of Dr. MacMillan’s novel before it was changed to “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”.
Item is a photograph of a group of doctors at a medical convention in Ingonish. Three of the seated doctors are identified from left to right as Dr. E. Ross, Dr. Watson Sodero and Dr. Walter MacKenzie.
Item is a photograph of nurses at a nurses retreat at Glace Bay General Hospital.
Series consists of personal correspondence, letters of congratulations, speeches that Dr. MacMillan has given on the grand opening of a hospital, at banquets, about the annual festival held in Baddeck, welcome speeches, introductory speeches, on the opening of new schools, giving thanks for an invitation, speech to open a meeting and a speech at the launch of a new memorial park in Baddeck. Series also consists of a column called MacMillan’s Memories, a history of Baddeck Group Alcoholics Anonymous which he is mentioned in, a story about the history of Isaac’s Harbor, a loan statement and 29 photographs including weddings photos, family photos, photos of Dr. MacMillan by himself and with others, photos of a house, the C. Monty MacMillan ferry, and Dr. MacMillan in a horse drawn sleigh.
Series consists of multiple political speeches given by Dr. MacMillan when he was MLA for Victoria County; thanking constituents, talking about the fishing industry, the department of education, the public health department, the tourism industry, the needs of Cape Breton and Victoria County, the speech from the throne debate, and welcome speeches at events or festivals. Series also consists of a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings concerning his political career.
Item consists of one red scrapbook containing clippings related to the fishing industry, the Baddeck trade board, highways, the building of a new rural high school in Baddeck and clippings about Dr. MacMillan and his political career, re-election and election results.
File consists of political speeches written by Dr. MacMillan; Addressing Angus L. MacDonald in Bridgewater in April 1949, expressing his condolences on the passing of King George VI as well as congratulating the Department of Education on it’s success, partial speech talking about the highway needs in Victoria County and the boom in tourism, speech concerning the legalization of the practice of Chiropractic, speech detailing an act to incorporate the Maritime Telegraph and Telephone Limited, speech detailing the damages done by draggers, survey of requirements for the fishing industry, proposition for a committee and minister of Fisheries, a speech thanking the people for nominating him, improving road conditions in Victoria County, speech asking for Cape Bretons rightful share in the tourism industry, a speech thanking the people for re-electing him for the third time, speech thanking the committee for their invitation to the annual celebration of John Cabot setting foot on Cape Breton Island, speech about public health in Nova Scotia, speech at the Gaelic Mod and the gathering of the clans, annual meeting for the Victoria County Liberal Association, speech from the throne debate, addresses the lack of rehabilitation programs for coal miners in the event of a mine closure and the utilization of Nova Scotia’s natural resources, financial figures and an article from the Royal Gazette Extraordinary detailing the House of Assembly Session.
File consists of speeches that Dr. MacMillan has given on; the grand opening of the North Victoria Hospital, a banquet in Victoria County, openings to the Gaelic Mod Festival, welcome speech at the annual memorial for firefighters across Cape Breton, introduction to Dr. Will. R. Bird, giving thanks to legion members for an invitation to their banquet, opening of a new school in Ingonish, opening speech for the third annual meeting of organized festival of song and speech, opening speech for the launch of the Baddeck Lions Club’s new Alexander Graham Bell Park and the opening of a new rural high school in Victoria County. File also consists of a column called “MacMillan’s Memories” in a Newsletter for Victoria County called “Lantern Light” detailing memories that Dr. MacMillan had written down over the years and a piece called “Baddeck Group of Alcoholics Anonymous It’s History”, which states that Dr. MacMillan was vital in facilitating AA meetings.
Series includes clippings and information regarding the C. Monty MacMillan ferry boat, a scrapbook with details and clippings from when Doctor MacMillan was awarded the Order of Canada, and copies of Dr. MacMillan’s obituary and letters of condolence to his family.
Series consists of 4 completed and 2 partial manuscripts of “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”/ “Hang the Lantern on the Gate”, book reviews, a rough draft of a play scene about “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”, a letter to a publisher, a rejection letter from a publisher, a letter talking about the book, an audio cassette tape from a radio program “The Bush and the Salon” and a CD titled “C.L. MacMillan-Oral Histories”.